Cabinet of Ministers of Georgia holds sitting on 105 issues
The Cabinet of Ministers of Georgia held a sitting in the government`s chancellery today. The ministers discussed 105 issues. Prior to the discussion of the agenda issues, the Prime Minister received reports from healthcare, agriculture and energy ministers.
Nika Gilauri asked the ministers about the ongoing works in their fields.
The ministers spoke about the preparedness for the spring agriculture works; the current situation in the insurance sector and the ongoing construction of hydro electric power stations in teh country.
Tbilisi remains without the adopted budget for 2014, which has become a reason for counter-allegations between the city self-government and the executive branch of the government. City assembly [Sakrebulo], where Georgian Dream has a majority...
President of the National Bank of Georgia summed up the year 2013 today. Giorgi Kadagidze said the inflation of the national currency is not dangerous for country`s economics and these processes will not be followed with devaluation of the national currency.
Electricity supply will be provided to whole Region of Adjara by December 25th - Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia and the chairperson of the Adjara government announced at the meeting of the crisis management headquarters in Batumi today.
American investors have expressed their interest to the development of the Anaklia Port project. Vice Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili received the president of the America`s leading diversified provider of construction services to business and industry, the Conti Group today.
The construction of the Tbilisi by-pass railway will continue - the economic council operating at the office of the Prime Minister of Georgia has taken a decision to extend a contract with a contractor company.
The government of Georgia will send a corrected version of the state budget 2014 to the parliament for approval this week. Minister of Finance Nodar Khaduri says only several parts of the document will be corrected, however, the minister does not specify to which spheres the amendments will be made.